ICCWS Keynote Speakers

Keynote Outlines

The following are outlines for the Keynote Speeches which will take place at ICCWS 2016.

Control Systems Networks...What's in Your Building?

Daryl Haegley

Mr Haegley will discuss control systems cyber security vulnerabilities, current and forthcoming government guidance, protection strategies and opportunities for academia focus in control systems environments.  Examples of where control systems are prevalent: weapons systems, training simulators, diagnostic test and maintenance equipment, calibration equipment, research and development, medical devices and health information technologies, vehicles, buildings and their associated control systems (building automation systems or building management systems, energy management system, fire and life safety, physical security, elevators, etc.), utility distribution systems (such as electric, water, waste water, natural gas and steam), industrial control systems including supervisory control and data acquisition, direct digital control, programmable logic controllers, advanced metering or sub-metering, etc.
short and long full room

Is Security Achievable?  A Practical Perspective

Neal Ziring

Recent experiences with cyber attacks and data breaches indicate that many of our operational IT systems are not secure.  Attacks have succeeded even against target organizations that had invested substantially in security processes and products.  This talk will examine why effective security is so difficult to achieve, and will present a pragmatic model for thinking about security investment.   NSA's Information Assurance Directorate has deep experience in protecting and defending systems; the talk will conclude with seven key factors founded on that experience for making security achievable. .